Sundays at Iden Green
Our Sunday services take place at 10:00am and 5:30pm every week.
The morning service is a family-based service with contemporary worship. The children attend the first part of the service before leaving for Sunday School or the crèche (more details of our activities for young people below).
Our evening service is a little different, with a more traditional feel.
We record our sermons for on-demand listening, you can find them here.
The Lord’s Supper
We celebrate the Lord’s Supper every Sunday. On the first & third Sundays of the month in the evening, and on the second & fourth Sundays in the morning service. For months with a fifth Sunday, our church diary will show whether communion will take place in the morning or the evening.
Every Wednesday at 7:30pm we meet together for fellowship at Woodside Cottage.
On the first Wednesday of the month, we use this time as a meeting for prayer. Every other Wednesday in the month, the meeting is a more informal gathering. This allows for a relaxed and friendly setting to discuss, ask questions and delve deeper into God’s Word together. Further details of where each meeting takes place are available via the church diary (also linked above).
Children & Young People
Sunday School & Crèche
Our Sunday School takes place during the morning service.
After the first part of the service, children are invited to gather in the hall for a time of Bible stories and activities.
We also run a Crèche during the service for very young children. Parents are welcome to stay in the Crèche with their children if they wish.
Woodland Wide Games
On the first Friday of each month (throughout most of the year) we host Woodland Wide Games. This activity is for young people of secondary school age and is a lot of fun! Booking in advance is needed, as well as suitable clothing. You can find all of the necessary information on the Woodland Wide Games website here.
You can find us on New Pond Road in Iden Green, TN17 4HA.
You can find directions here on Google Maps. We’re not too difficult to find and there’s plenty of parking in front of the church building.